Chef Tell Erhardt, America’s pioneer TV showman chef

ABOUT CHEF TELL ERHARDT:
He was America’s pioneer TV showman chef. His audience was eight times larger than Julia Child. He was a best-selling author — one of his recipe books sold over 230,000 copies in 1982.  He cooked for kings, queens, politicians, TV and movie celebrities, and taught millions how to cook at home.

Chef Tell was funny and informative at the same time.  He was Regis Philbin’s favorite TV chef guest.  At the peak of his TV career, Tell had 40,000,000 fans watching his TV segments three times a week, and affiliate stations received as many as 20,000 requests PER WEEK for his recipes in the 1970s.

He drew massive crowds to convention centers, who watched his live food preparation and cooking demonstrations.

Tell loved dogs, fast cars, women, motorcycles and children.

Chef Tell was one of a kind, ahead of his time and a trail-blazer.  TV chefs of today owe him a tip of their toques (tall white hats) for creating a new brand: the TV showman chef.

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Carolina Baseball: Pressure Makes Diamonds Book

Carolina Baseball: Pressure Makes Diamonds Book.

The new season opener is February 17.  A three-peat in the making, since the Gamecocks won the national championship the last two years in a row.  A three-peat would be the first in college baseball history.

The history of the baseball program at the University of South Carolina, 119-years long, is chronicled in the extraordinary book fashioned by co-authors, J David Miller and Ron Kule, with a foreword by NCAA Coach of the Year, Head Coach Ray Tanner.

The book’s purpose is to help generate the funds to help coach Tanner build a Miracle League ballpark in Columbia, S.C., where kids with physical disabilities can play baseball for th first time, and for the rest of their lives.

©Ron Kule, 2012. All Rights Reserved.  Any copies, reproductions or unauthorized use of these contents, in whole or in part, without express written permission of the copyright owner is prohibited and is a violation of all applicable copyright laws.  Permission to copy or use the materials may be obtained through KuleBooksLLC@gmail.com.